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Graffiti

¹CAIRO, EGYPT - JUNE 30: Egyptian opposition protesters chant stand by a wall covered in anti-government graffiti during a demonstration in Tahrir Square as part of the 'Tamarod' campaign on June 30, 2013 in Cairo, Egypt. Crowds of pro- and anti-Morsi protesters gathered in locations across Egypt on June 30, the day of a series of nation-wide mass demonstrations entitled 'Tamarod', or 'Rebel', planned to take place on the first anniversary of Morsi's election to the Egyptian Presidency. The 'Tamarod' campaign, organised by a coalition of opposition political groups, aims to bring down the government of President Morsi through country-wide demonstrations. (Photo by Ed Giles/Getty Images).

Egypt's graffiti revolution

Two years since the first Egypt uprising, Egyptians have spoken again, ousting President Mohammed Morsi. But on the streets of Cairo, there is another revolution, one of art and graffiti.